Climate Change: Death by heat exposure in Malta will drastically increase by 2050 – WHO
An eye-opening climate change country report published by the
Compliance in their words
GRECO (the Group of States against Corruption), the Council
Malta has shown ‘little visible response to allegations of corruption’ – PACE
There has been “little visible response” to allegations of
COE anti-corruption watchdog says Malta still far from implementing 2019 recommendations
Council of Europe anti-corruption watchdog, GRECO has said that
MEPs in Malta – box-ticking can’t hide the reality
If we were to list the tasks Malta was
‘Tainted’ cancer machine procurement: ‘Let’s leave FMS out’ – health official tells Mater Dei boss
Increased doubts over a possible ‘tainted’ procurement process of
Health minister claims Steward Healthcare concession ‘is what it is’, cannot be changed
While answering a parliamentary question about the latest updates
The hippopotamus phase of corruption
The corruption of a free society is a multi-phase
Mgarr Mayor slams solar farm project, calls it ‘theft of Malta’s environment’
Mgarr Mayor Paul Vella spoke out on Saturday against
Malta facing total of 60 active infringement procedures initiated by the European Commission
The EU Commission has 60 open infringement procedures against
Boutique hotel owners ‘exhausted’ by prolonged road works saga devastating their business
Traditional Maltese balconies grace the facade of a beautiful
Placements on government ‘jobs-for-votes’ scheme doubles
Enrolment in the Community Workers Scheme (CWS) hit a
Gozo elderly home hits new snag as bidder claims illegal €30 million tender award
Gozo’s first ever public residential home for the elderly
Arnold Cassola demands probe into Ian Borg’s direct orders to TEC
Independent election candidate Arnold Cassola has requested Standards Commissioner
Evarist Bartolo blames you
The nerve of some politicians. In Evarist Bartolo’s recent
Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
New civil service head appointment mired in political controversy
The prime minister’s choice of Tony Sultana as the
Murder of journalists is avoidable, says EU Commission Vice President Vera Jourova
The murder of journalists is avoidable, Vera Jourova, the
War and conflict: lessons in democracy
Anġlu Farrugia cut a sorry figure in parliament on
Parliament of howls
It’s a funny old world. There are crowned midgets
From warriors to wimps?
The Nationalist Party was founded in 1880 by Fortunato
Mario Cutajar recruited personal ‘image booster’ at €40,000 a year
Outgoing Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar used taxpayer funds
BOV’s Deiulemar Trust fiasco
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